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Oreo Built a 'Doomsday' Vault (www.foodandwine.com)

The Global Oreo Vault is just down the road from the famed Svaldbard Global Seed Vault in Norway.

Owned by Kraft Heinz, the third-largest food and beverage company in North America and the fifth-largest in the world with over $26.0 billion in annual sales as of 2020. 

In context, this is not so strange. But what really is going on here? Seems like way to much trouble for cookies.

What do you think?

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Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

The Oreo logo uses the Cross of Lorraine, which is a symbol with a very occult history.

CaliGirlWonders
CaliGirlWonders
1 month ago

As always, deletetheelite, thank you for your excellent research and keen eye.

This is another psychological operation to normalize disaster, death, starvation, and extreme competition, using a common fake-food treat that makes most people salivate just thinking about it. The chemical process in the brain links this desire for unhealthy, addictive “food” to a false feeling of joy and simultaneously to death. Equating the careful storage of Mother Nature’s organic seeds to lab-concocted poison is unacceptable.

Furthermore, paying Scandinavian people — especially Norwegians — to pitch this s**t is an abomination and a direct insult to the amazing life-force of the Norse people. Everything these corporations and governments and their agents do is a perverted, bald-faced mockery of our Divinity as we struggle against their disharmonious death-frequencies and bad maths.

I won’t apologize for the fact that, as a woman with Norwegian ancestry on my father’s side, this one really pisses me off.🗡